Rain, rain go away, let us have some fun in Hampton Roads this weekend will all these events!
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Saturday – Sunday | New Exhibition: “Another Look: Marine Photography from 1948-1972 | Mariners’ Museum and Park
Join local photography clubs in viewing photography collected from 1948 through 1972. This retrospective exhibition will explore man’s connection to the ocean.
Saturday- Sunday | Give Me Liberty | Hampton History Museum
The groundbreaking exhibition “Give Me Liberty: Fugitive Slaves and the Long Revolution Against Slavery” explores the lives of over 30 fugitive slaves from Hampton.
Saturday – Sunday | Ice Age Weekend at the VLM | Virginia Living Museum
Warm up indoors at the Virginia Living Museum with cool displays of Ice Age artifacts, live animal shows, and themed hands-on activities including “blubber science,” a scavenger hunt, and more.
2 p.m. | World of Pets Expo | Hampton Roads Convention Center
Bring your pets along for a family event of shopping, adopting and much more at The World of Pets Expo. There will be educational opportunities, shows and exhibitors all the better to learn about your pets.
1 p.m. | Live Nightly Entertainment at Grain | Grain Norfolk
Check out Norfolk’s only rooftop beer garden for some live, nightly entertainment.
8 p.m. | Laser Tribute | Pretlow Planetarium
Laser Tribute pays homage to great artists like John Lennon, Freddie Mercury and Elvis Presley whose music has touched and inspired us all.
7 p.m. | Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Live | Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center
Enjoy the magic and wonder if experiencing the classic Willy Wonka tale live on the Ella Fitzgerald Theater stage.
7:30 p.m. | Portsmouth Community Concerts Presents: Duo Baldo | Willett Hall
The musical comedy team, Duo Baldo, is comprised of renowned violinist Brad Repp and pianist/actor Aldo Gentileschi. Their critically acclaimed performances combine virtuosic performances, theatrical humor, and pop culture.
11 a.m. | A Perfect Adornment Tour | Colonial Williamsburg
As you are guided through the opulent home of Peyton and Elizabeth Randolph, a heart-wrenching narrative unfolds exploring the complicated relationships between gentry women and their enslaved maidservants. (45 mins.)
5 p.m. | Cookbook Dinner Party | Now You’re Cooking Culinary Studio
Learn about the surprising story of Soul Food, one plate at a time.
6 p.m. | KidZ Night Out | BrickHeadZ LLC
Take your child out for a night of fun with lego building, nerf battles, minecraft games, arts and crafts and so much more. Advanced registration is required.
9 p.m. | Asphalt Jungle at Big Woody’s | Chesapeake Square
Get ready to Rock/Funk & Roll with Asphalt Jungle rippin’ the roof at Big Woody’s – Chesapeake Square! Hit songs their way all night. Come join the party! Starts at 9pm.
1:30 p.m. | Dharma Yoga with Jen Helgren | Tribal Yoga
Practice your asana with deeper poses, guided instruction, and so much more at this Dharma Yoga workshop. This class is designed for the student who has a regular yoga practice and encourages them to progress both physically and spiritually.
6 p.m. | Stepping Out in the Name of Love | West Hampton Community Center
A night just for Seniors (50+) to take it back one time and step in the name of love in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
8 p.m. | The Blind Boys of Alabama | American Theatre
Come out to a live show of The Blind Boys of Alabama, a musical event that’ll be sure to knock your socks off.
3 p.m. | With Love Art Exhibit and Grand Opening | Commonwealth Tattoo Gallery
Join the Commonwealth Tattoo Gallery as they present amazing artists from all over the country showing their custom SAcred Hearts as well as celebrating their Official Grand Opening.
1 p.m. | Storytelling with Dylan Pritchett | The Mariner’s Museum and Park
A native of Williamsburg, Virginia, Mr. Pritchett has been a full-time storyteller, taking his African and African-American folktales to over a hundred schools annually throughout the country. Drawing on his experience in historical African and African-American research, he has created a presentation “Scraps of History” which uses real documents from the 18th and 19th centuries to weave African and African-American history into the fabric of the American past.
6:30 p.m. | Peninsula Dance Party | Denbigh Community Center
Put on your dancing shoes and learn various dances including line dancing and ballroom dancing. No entry fee or partner required.
11 a.m. | Brunch N Business | Gourmet Bistro Burger
Learn how to build a business with no startup money. There will be other financial professionals besides the host on site to engage and answer any questions. Brunch is included.
12 p.m. | Winter Farmers Market | Portsmouth High Street
Come enjoy local brews and see what is growing in the Winter Months
12 p.m. | Taste of Whole Foods | Whole Foods Market
Join Whole Foods every Saturday from 12 to 4 p.m. for their Taste of Whole Foods Market demos. These demos include chef inspired menus featuring their 365 Everyday Value Brand, unique finds for foodies and take and go favorites made by them.
6 p.m. | “The Dinner Detective”: Virginia Beach | DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton Hotel Virginia Beach
A favorite across the country, “The Dinner Detective” serves up a tasty whodunit along with a seated four-course dinner. And since this popular comic murder mystery is set in the present day, you’ll never know whether someone at your table is one of the talented cast of improvisers.
7 p.m. | Decades of Dance | Virginia Beach Convention Center
The Virginia Beach Travel and Tourism Foundation is hosting its first dance party to raise dollars for college students with plans to enter the industry.
3 p.m. | The Princess Ball | Chesapeake Conference Center
Bring your princess to the Chesapeake Conference Center 2nd Annual Princess Ball – A Father Daughter Dance for girls ages 2-12.
1 p.m. | Pruning Class | Countryside Gardens
Learn the proper method and time to prune your plants at Countryside Gardens.
2:30 p.m. | Gallery Talk | The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center
Join the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center for a Gallery Talk about the artists and artwork in the Hampton Arts League Open Members Exhibition.
11 a.m. | Sunday Funday | Grace O’Malley’s Irish Pub & Restaurant
FUN DAY SUNDAY, Come by and have a bloody Mary or a bucks fizz (mimosa) for $3 till 7 ish or come get a Crush of the day $4 till 7 ish. Roast of the day, mashers and carrots, puff pastry and gravy, served until it’s gone.
9 a.m. | Newport News Cruise | The Mariner’s Museum and Park
Grab your bike and join other bicyclers on a leisurely ride that stretches from The Mariners’ Museum and Park to Hilton Village.
3:30 p.m. | Sunday Kid’s Yoga | Yoga with Lian
Come and share a class with your child, all ages are welcome. Make sure to RSVP online as space is limited.